Austria's AT&S picks Malaysia for PCB, IC plant, total investment RM8.5b


Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin expressed confidence that Malaysia’s E&E industry’s skilled talent pool, facilitative investment environment, as well as deep integration with international supply chains, offer the ideal mix for high-tech stakeholders. Austria-headquartered AT&S, which manufactures high-end printed circuit boards and substrates for semiconductors will set up a production plant in Malaysia, its first in Southeast Asia.

KUALA LUMPUR: Austria-headquartered AT&S, which manufactures high-end printed circuit boards and substrates for semiconductors will set up a production plant in Malaysia, its first in Southeast Asia.

AT&S’ new facility in Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah will produce high-end PCBs and IC substrates and it will involves a proposed total investment of RM8.5bil (€1.7bil) and will create 5,000 high-tech and high impact jobs.

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